Missouri Humanities

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Missouri Humanities' 2024 Signature Series, "Missouri Marvels: Humanities, Discovery, and Innovation" considers our state’s role in the intricate relationship between discovery, innovation, and the human experience. This season, we will explore the possibilities of human progress and cultural evolution. We'll journey through history to showcase Missouri trailblazers and technological advancements, illuminate the transformative power of discovery and innovation, and navigate the complexities and challenges of an ever-changing world. Join us as we consider how imagination, ingenuity, and the humanities can build empathy and create a more just, inclusive, and human-centered future that positively impacts families, communities, and the environment. PAST SEASONS: Season 1, "Eat, THINK, & Be Merry: Missouri's Foodways and Edible History" Season 2, "Roots & Routes: The Movement and Settlement of Missourians" LET US KNOW YOUR THOUGHTS! Take our survey: https://forms.gle/mdqsf9SrVNpyeXfV7

Episode Date
S3 E2: What Do You Ask an Astronaut?
Mar 22, 2024
S3 E1: Can Our Earthly Ways Thrive in the Cosmos?
Feb 27, 2024
S2 E7: Roots & Routes of Indigenous Missouri
Dec 22, 2023
S2 E6: Preserving Hispanic Stories in Missouri
Nov 27, 2023
S2 E5: The Irish American Experience
Oct 09, 2023
S2 E4: The Roots of the Genealogy Craze
Jun 09, 2023
S2 E3: Black Movement Part 2: The Great Migration
Apr 06, 2023
S2 E2: Black Movement Part 1: The Exodusters
Feb 23, 2023
S2 E1: Where are We Going?
Jan 27, 2023
S1 E9: A "Digestif" with Missouri Humanities
Dec 29, 2022
S1 E8: Hunt. Fish. Gather. with Chef Nephi Craig (White Mountain Apache/Navajo)
Nov 09, 2022
S1 E7: Foraging the Missouri Ozarks with Bo Brown
Oct 27, 2022
S1 E6: "Won't You Feed My Neighbor" Panel Discussion
Oct 03, 2022
S1 E5: Adrian Miller, "The Soul Food Scholar"
Sep 14, 2022
S1 E4: Cookbooks as Cultural Heritage with Suzanne Corbett
Aug 10, 2022
S1 E3: Think-N-Drink, "Food and Community"
May 23, 2022
S1 E2: Women in Brewing with Bri Burrows and Abbey Spencer
May 06, 2022
S1 E1: Henry Kirklin Black Farmer Scholarship with Billy Polansky and Eddie Linzie
Mar 22, 2022
Season 1 Trailer: Eat, THINK, & Be Merry
Feb 25, 2022